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Allows the user to copy on to different paper stock, without changing paper cassettes or trays. Also used for two-sided copying.
The temperature measurement point designated by the manufacturer correlating to photometric, life or warranty values.
Shift image to the right or left to allow for binding or 3 hole punching.
This is the controlling unit in a POS IRC system.
Largest size paper that can be put through the machine.
Largest original that can be placed on the glass and copied.
The storage of documents in memory for transmitting when the phone line is available or at a user-defined time.
A user can program a phone number to automatically transmit received messages to a specified destination.
The minimum temperature at which the power supply will reliably operate.
Sets the oven at high for one minute per touch and starts automatically or adds time during cooking.
A Mix & Match Promotion may be used to sell multiple items as a "set/combination" in an ECR/POS transaction, e.g., A canned-vegetable sale: 3 cans of Brand X for $1.00 or a retail sale: 3 pairs of Brand X socks for $9.00.
An acronym for modulator-demodulator. This device is found in all facsimile equipment. At the transmitting end it converts a digital signal to an analog signal, and at the receiving end it reconverts the analog signal to a digital signal.
The platen moves from side to side, carrying the original over the optics. Copiers with moving platens usually have speeds of less than 20 copies per minute. (Z-52II/57II).
MP3 files are audio data compressed in the MPEG1/2 Audio layer-3 file format. This is a popular audio format that is useful when storing, organizing and playing digital audio files.
Multi Channel TV Sound (MTS) decoder receives and decodes stereo and Second Audio Programs (SAP) where they are available.
Greatest number of copies that the copier can be programmed to produce, from one original. Note: differs by model.
Number of copies per minute produced from one original in a continuous run after the first copy exits. This is also the maximum copy output speed of the machine.
An industry standard set by the MFP Association that is designed to provide common signaling protocols relative to scanning, printing, and faxing, functions.
Ability to initiate one task while another is already taking place. For example, receive faxes while printing or copying and program a copy job during a print job or fax transmission.
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